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Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace
Bullying and harassment in the workplace
GinaVegaDebra R.Comer

Bullying has always been part of the human condition. History is rife with references to abuse of power and unnecessary or excessive force. The classic bully story is of Joseph and his brothers, a tale of envy and hostility. Joseph, his father's favorite, was thrown into a pit and left alone by his older brothers. When they returned repentant to retrieve him later, he was gone and presumed dead. In fact, he had been “rescued” by Egyptian slavers.

This crude display was refined over the centuries. However, the refinement of bullying to include various forms of legally defined social harassment is a relatively recent phenomenon, dating back to the U.S. Civil Rights Act of ...

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